Treasure Island

Siddic Nagdee

(05/05/62 / Pretoria South Africa)

A helping hand


On encoutering of some depress,
inevitably to all an occurance some time.
A firm standing of using a mind of sound,
Without posturing a head to decline.

Of wanting one's own way to resolve.
A gallant step forward of going it alone.
Success or failure may very much depend,
On mind over matter often assumed.

A solution in thought and more of talk,
in approaching a trusted friend.
In relaying the bitterness to transform,
an appraisal to desire a transend.

For true friends will bond out a hand,
outstrech and pull over with a hug.
In trying their best to raise your head,
even in times when things are tough.

Despair not if time is a little long,
light up a face embodied in bloom.
a way of persistance encouraged by them,
may keep you void of utter gloom.

Rome was not build in one single day,
so the saying of some wise man go.
Of all in life's sometimes tribulates
for sure a new seed in time will grow.

Of utter despair and feelings of lost,
remember the friend that stuck out the hand.
If all else fails let life prevail,
trust in faith of God's magic wand.

Submitted: Sunday, November 22, 2009

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